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Gone: Carmex Lip Conditioner, Only $0.50 at Walgreens!

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A new coupon just popped up on coupons.com for Carmex Lip Conditioner. Save $0.50 on one tube. Rush to print and head to Walgreens, where Carmex lip products are buy one get one free through 10/27! Remember, Walgreens allows you to use a coupon on an item made free by a promotion. So use two coupons with the sale and score two lip conditioners for just $0.50 each!

Buy 2 Carmex Lip Conditioner $1.99, regular price
Buy One Get One Free through 10/27
Use two $0.50/1 – Carmex Lip Conditioner – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $0.50 each, when you buy 2 

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21 thoughts on “Gone: Carmex Lip Conditioner, Only $0.50 at Walgreens!”

  1. R_becca says:

    It does not matter what I do. I can not find this coupon. Any suggestions?

  2. harley69d says:

    Went tonight and wasn’t allow to use coupons she said getting 1 free and they weren’t coming off. I miss the regular ladies at Walgreen’s

    • Anonymous says:

      Did you take a copy of their coupon policy with you? Walgreens should allow two coupons on a B1G1 Free sale.

  3. katgirl says:

    They only let me use 1 coupon because she said I was already getting the other one for free.

  4. Bridey Murphy says:

    Get it today also using the Walgreens 15% off for friends and family coupon and get it even cheaper – about .35 cents per tube, I think.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Thank you KCL!

  6. what zip code.. I printed 1 and now I can’t find it.. Maybe you can only print 1 but it usually shows up as print limit reached and it doesn’t

  7. nd says:

    Meijer has them on sale for 1.39 this week. After the coupon doubles you only pay 1.39!

  8. Anonymous says:

    love the expiration length on this coupon – good until feb 2013. if you miss this,getting a rain check should surely mean you will get this deal.

  9. prettykia23 says:

    Please forgive me but 10/27 is a Saturday. Are you sure this sell is not starting 10/21?